Deadline set in Bibi Tours Affair

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May 22, 2016 00:13

 
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Knesset State Control Committee chairwoman Karin Elharar announced Saturday she had given Attorney- General Avichai Mandelblit a deadline of Sunday to explain what his intentions are in dealing with State Comptroller Joseph Shapira’s upcoming report on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Bibi Tours Affair.

In mid-January, Shapira held an unusual special questioning session of Netanyahu regarding the affair, referring to his flights allegedly funded by wealthy associates from the late 1990s to the early 2000s.


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